A fourth arrest has been made in the nearly two-year old murder of Blinn College student Trey Kurtz.
20-year old Jordan Alexander Graves of Brenham has been charged with Capital Murder in the killing of the 20-year old Kurtz, which occurred the night of October 30th 2014.
Kurtz’ body was discovered lying in the intersection of Seelhorst and Dark Streets near downtown Brenham, just before midnight. He was pronounced dead at the scene of a single gunshot wound.
Graves was arrested Monday afternoon by members of the Brenham Police Department’s Crime Reduction Unit on an active Capital Murder warrant. District Attorney Julie Renken says Graves’ case will be presented to the next Grand Jury.
Graves was taken into custody without incident and is being held in the Washington County Jail under a $1,000,000 bond.
Also arrested, charged and indicted in the murder of the Houston native are: 19-year old Michael Charles Dixon Jr., 18-year old J.B. Wright and 18-year old Deperrion Lott, all of Brenham.
Dixon’s bond is set at $500,000; Lott’s bond is $250,000 and Wright is currently being held without bond.